Chip sealing map
Chip sealing is when a crew applies a thin surface layer to a gravel road. The surface layer consists of small stones placed on top of an asphalt emulsion, which has been sprayed on the gravel road surface. Chip sealing provides an all-weather road surface that is sealed, waterproof, dust free, and has good traction. Although the treatment is expected to last four to six years, the length of effectiveness depends on the strength of the base material under the road, weather conditions, and traffic.
The map below shows roads identified for chip sealing renewal and renewal status.